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AP) Related News After suffering a defeat by an innings and 209-run against England a disappointed West Indies captain Jason Holder has called upon his troops to look themselves in the mirror and put in a better performance Speaking to the media Holder recalled the performance and said “It’s been a tough few days we were disappointing in this Test match We lacked consistency when we bowled and we didn’t put up any runs” We got beaten in three days and just weren’t up to scratch -We have to regroup — it’s only one Test and we can’t drop our heads down” and added “The series is not lost… I have to believe (because) every team is beatable (But) each player has to look themselves in the mirror and see where they can improve?We didn’t show enough fight” Holder said after the match We were totally outplayed” Stressing on the importance of self-belief he said “We’ve got to just believe we have a few days off now we have to use them wisely We’ll sit and talk and formulate some plans about how we are going to go but it’s not impossible [to come back] It’s just one game the series is not lost we have believe regroup and come back strongly” Commenting on the where it wrong for the Windies Holder analyzed and said “There’s inexperience in the side but we have to be professional and get over that” said Holder “I thought we were in the game for a session but Cook and [Joe] Root put on a really good partnership and we were struggling in the end We’re a young side with nothing to lose we just have to believe and come back strongly” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: February 2 2016 12:20 am Related News The Union finance ministry and the Niti Aayog have recommended that the government set up an asset reconstruction company (ARC) and transfer troubled assets of the banking sector to its books This will clean up the balance sheets of banks — a majority of them in the public sector — and prepare them to lend to the corporate sector as and when economic activity picks up speed It’s been at least eight months since the proposal was first floated by the finance ministry Subsequently the Niti Aayog too independently suggested such a plan Understandably the prime minister’s office has held back on a decision given the political fallout of bailing out banks Banks lent recklessly in the past to the corporate sector and some industrialists amassed immense personal wealth by putting in less of their own capital but borrowing big on their companies’ books Even as his government fends off the Congress’s “suit boot ki sarkar” jibe Prime Minister Narendra Modi would not want to open another front But the government must realise that the banking sector is in the midst of a crisis The non-performing assets (NPAs) and restructured loans of scheduled commercial banks have only increased over the last two years They stood at over 11 per cent of total advances in September 2015 During 2014-15 the Reserve Bank of India took several steps which Governor Raghuram Rajan thinks will help clean up banks’ books by 2017 Some of the schemes have provoked scepticism For instance banks have taken majority control in about 15 companies under the RBI’s Strategic Debt Restructuring scheme but nobody is enthused because promoters have left little in these companies for banks to recover Rajan has expressed discomfort with the idea of dipping into taxpayer money for the ARC’s equity because he sees a “moral hazard” Why after all should the taxpayer pay for the wrongdoing of the private sector and the negligence of the banks But if banks and corporates are forced to pay for the mess a state-backed ARC would bring credibility to the asset recovery programme In the US the Troubled Assets Relief Programme (Tarp) which got Congress approval in October 2008 forced several restrictions on recipients which included Citigroup General Motors AIG and Chrysler The average 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